ITI’s May Conferences in New York and London

New York

ITI will again be holding its traditional May conferences in New York.  These three conferences will be co-located and will share a single exhibit hall.

Content Delivery Summit, May 9:  The opening keynote speaker will be Chris Osika, Senior Director, NA Lead IBSG Service Provider Practice, Cisco, whose address is entitled “The Future is Video”.  He will be followed by Barry Tishgart, Vice President, Comcast Cable, who will speak on “Internet Economics Within the Video Distribution Value Chain”.  A series of panel discussions, case studies, and demonstrations will be presented during the remainder of the day.

Enterprise Search Summit, May 10-11:  The opening keynote, “Dumbing Down of Intelligent Search”, will be by Eric Reiss, CEO, The FatDUX Group.  The second day will be keynoted by Thomas Vander Wal, Principal, InfoCloud Solutions, Inc., following which Martin White, Managing Director, Intranet Focus, Ltd., will moderate a keynote panel.  An endnote panel on The Future of Search, moderated by Miles Kehoe, President, New Idea Engineering, Inc., will close the conference.

Streaming Media East 2011: The Business & Technology of Online Video, May 10-11 will feature a new track devoted exclusively to HTML5 as well as a special broadband-enabled device pavilion in the exhibit hall.  Keynote speakers will be Eric Kessler, Co-President, HBO; and Ran Harnevo, SVP, AOL Video.


SpeechTEK Europe 2011 – Moving Forward with Speech, May 25-26 will have two keynote speakers.  Dave Burke, Engineering Director, Google, will speak on “Cloud-based Speech Recognition for Mobile and the Web”, and Alex Waibel, Professor of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, and Founder and Chairman, Mobile Technologies, LLC, will speak on “Bridging the Language Divide”.  A pre-conference day on May 24 will feature the “SpeechTEK University”, which will present four workshops targeted at managers, designers and developers of speech applications in Europe.

Don Hawkins
Columnist, Information Today and Conference Circuit Blog Editor

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